Our senses exploded on the day we opened this unique, 120m2 space with panoramic views over Barcelona. Its wonderful views over the city skyline, its sun terrace and heated swimming pool are just what our guests need to escape from the stress and strain of their daily routines. To make things even more perfect, we also offer drinks and snacks for a truly unforgettable experience. “El Altillo” is a wonderful place for holding events and cocktail parties. The unique nature of this space and its views over the city will enchant your guests.
Casa LLibre – restaurant and café
The historic Casa LLibre, which opened in 1925, was a meeting place where people would go to enjoy an array of gastronomic and cultural delights such as chocolates and objets d’art although its most important role was that of a restaurant and tea room. Casa Llibre is still nowadays a meeting point in the city offering a lit up space where to take a drink or taste some of our meals.
Quite possibly one of any couple’s most special, eagerly awaited days. We know what an important occasion this is, and we are ready to completely tailor our services to your requirements. Our team will transform our salons and customise the menu for you and we will look into all types of suggestions you may have. Our number one priority is to make this day an unforgettable experience for the happy couple and all their guests.
The history of El Avenida Palace dates back to the year 1952 when the legendary Casa Llibre tea room and restaurant closed its doors. Ernest Hemingway, Joan Miró and Liza Minnelli are among the countless famous personalities who have been guests of the hotel. El Avenida Palace is ideally situated in the midst of one of the city’s most emblematic areas. It has witnessed countless important events that have become part of the history of Barcelona. Perhaps the most unforgettable for the people of Spain was the arrival of the Beatles at the hotel on 3 July 1965. That’s why El Avenida Palace decided to commemorate this great occasion by transforming the room they occupied into a themed suite as a well-deserved tribute to the boys from Liverpool.